PRACTICAL ELECTRONICS TRAINING COURSE

COURSE 565: 5 DAYS: Max 8 Candidates

A basic electronics course for candidates who wish to explore the fundamental building blocks of electronics. The course employs a practical approach based on simple explanations and hands-on exercises. A good precursor to the electronics fault finding (570) course.

PARTICIPANTS

The course is intended for anyone interested in the electronics field and assumes no prior knowledge or for those that have studied the theory of electronic components and circuitry but have little experience of the practical application of that knowledge. Academic students of, for example ONC, HNC or HND electronics often find that this course provides the perfect compliment to their studies.

COURSE PRESENTATION

The course provides participants with an understanding of the various commonly-used electronic components and how they would be employed in practical electronic circuits. Participants then build circuits incorporating these components and explore the functionality of them. We then make modifications to the circuit parameters by changing component values and measuring the effects. The course progresses from basic discrete electronic components like transistors and by the end of the course reaches components like analog to digital converters (ADCs).

COURSE OBJECTIVES

On completion of the course, participants will be able to

Successful completion of the course leads to the award of the Technical Training Solutions Certificate of Competence 565: Practical Electronics.

 

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